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Oasi della Salute Volcanic Mineral Pools

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Oasi della Salute Volcanic Mineral Pools

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Via Lentia 1, 98050, Sicily Italy
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Lipari and Vulcano Tour
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Lipari and Vulcano Tour

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The tour from Catania allows all those who are in the Hotel or in a B & b to be able to reach and visit the beauty of Lipari and Vulcano belonging to the archipelago of the Aeolian Islands, without worrying about the round trip transfer and enjoy unique landscapes like the Ionian coastal coastline during the first light of morning and sunset when returning.
US$172.97 per adult
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Kelly H wrote a review Sep 2020
Melbourne, Australia460 contributions97 helpful votes
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This is a really rustic cute hotel - lots of space and thermal pool L Alejandro the manager was so kind and helpful and it’s very central Rather large rooms with air con and cute breakfast at their restaurant Love the cool vibe and peaceful surroundings
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Date of experience: September 2020
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coh8 wrote a review Sep 2019
Glasgow, United Kingdom866 contributions232 helpful votes
Like last year, we visited here after finding out that Le Piscine Di Eolo were closed yet again. Same drill as last time but really appreciated the soothing effect of the waters after completing the climb and the mud bath earlier on. While food served in its cafe could improve, you can only marvel at the views of the crater from the pools. Must visit at 13 euro for a 3 hour session, especially if you see an incoming thunderstorm as you leave.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Sarah R wrote a review May 2019
West Yorkshire10 contributions1 helpful vote
Incredibly sad to find this is closed despite their website having opening times for May, previous positive reviews early in season and google saying it is open. Really disappointing, sitting in a hot pool then having a massage would have been the perfect thing to do on a day like this (18 degrees, sun out but too windy for the beach 7 May).
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Date of experience: May 2019
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patriciacalkins wrote a review Oct 2018
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This place was awesome one of my favorite things to go to. The minerals and massage left me revived and relaxed . Great for muscles and respiratory issues. Excellent place to spend the day. Carmelo , Nick and everyone are wonderful people . Simona was there selling her beautiful creations. I purchased earrings and rings. She is a very nice smart person Nicola La Duca is an amazing massuse and person , extremely intelligent ! Totally worth every minute there ! Love it! Can’t wait to return to Vulcano ! 💙🧜‍♀️🌊🌞🦎
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Date of experience: September 2018
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coh8 wrote a review Sep 2018
Glasgow, United Kingdom866 contributions232 helpful votes
Having found the Piscine di Eolo to be closed for the season, we quickly boarded the 1210 ferry to Vulcano, and paid 13 euros each for a 3 hour ticket after a quick refreshment break. As the pools were closed for maintenance between 1300-1400, we were able to get changed and have a drink in the neighbouring café, which had a lot of food and drink options at good prices. At 1400, we then spent the next 2 hours travelling between the 3 pools (28-35C), and marvelled at the jets to relax each section of the body. Just the antidote after the previous day's Monte Fossa adventure, and made even better by the views of the crater's upper path from the 35C pool. A few final things. Bathing caps are required (2 euros), customers can store luggage beside the ticket desk, and supervised children can be admitted. Really worthwhile visit.
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Date of experience: September 2018
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